1. Eye Tracking Glasses
Eye-tracking analysis is a research tool used to measure visual attention. Visual attention is of interest because 83 percent of the information used in cognitive processing is visually obtained. Regarding consumer behavior, approximately 70 percent of purchasing decisions are made in-store. Consequently, the connection between visual attention and consumer behavior has numerous implications in terms of understanding consumer purchasing decisions. Glass eye-tracking technology is a means of exploring the relationship between visual attention and consumer behavior. In the past, eye-tracking technology has been used to conduct research on consumer decision-making, marketing, and advertising.
2. Medical Infusion Pump
Laboratory syringe pumps are testing equipment for scientific research experiments. Lab syringe pumps are also used in industrial manufacturing processes. The dosing rate is controlled by a step motor inside the syringe pump. Laboratory syringe pumps also have many more functions than infusion only. Infuse and withdrawal, multi-channel syringes, high-pressure dosing are the most popular types. Laboratory syringe pumps can work with different sizes of syringes from 0.0005-200 ml and different materials of syringes include plastic, glass, and stainless steel to meet various applications. Medical infusion pumps are medical equipment that can be directly used at patients for delivery intravenous therapy. An IV infusion pump draws the fluid from a standard bag of intravenous fluid and controls the rate of flow. Because it can use any size bag of intravenous fluid, an infusion pump can change the delivery rate by choosing a different bag size.
3. Ultrasound Scanning
An ultrasound scan, sometimes called a sonogram, is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of part of the inside of the body. Ultrasound which enters tissue may be transmitted, attenuated or reflected. Ultrasound needs to be transmitted far enough into the tissues in order to image them but must be reflected back to be received by the probe. "Echoes" that are picked up by the probe turned into a moving image.
4. Endoscopic Scanning
Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure that involves examining the inside of a person’s body using an endoscope. An endoscope is a medical device consisting of a long, thin, flexible or rigid tube with a light and camera attached to it. Endoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic medical procedure. It is used to examine the interior surfaces of an organ or tissue. An endoscopy is often used to confirm a diagnosis when other devices, such as an MRI, X-ray, or CT scan are considered inappropriate. An endoscopy is often carried out to find out the degree of problems a known condition may have caused. The endoscopy, in these cases, may significantly contribute towards the doctor's decision on the best treatment for the patient.